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Northern Maidenhair 'Miss Sharples' Pteridaceae
A hardy deciduous cultivar of A. pedatum, Given to Reginald Kaye by the Sharples family. And was given the name 'Miss Sharples'. Given that A. aleuticum wasn't present in the UK at this time, it is presumed that Miss Sharples is a form of A. pedatum. A. aleuticum is usually shorter than A. pedatum
Japanese Painted Fern ' Godzilla' Athyriaceae
Deciduous fern native to China, Japan and Korea. Metallic grey fronds suffused with reddish hues. Shade or part-shade. This is a large form of the Japanese Painted Fern. Dramatic foliage. Discovered by Plant Delights in the 90s. Said to have some Athyrium filix-femina in its genes.
Mount Emei Bamboo Fern Pteridaceae
Recently introduced Bamboo fern from Mt. Emei, China. It displays a natural variegation, that is semi-evergreen. New growth emerging in late April. Proven hardy in UK conditions. May need protection from slugs when young. Shade or part-shade. Always attracts attention on the display bench.
Shuttlecock Fern 'Bedraggled Feather', Ostrich Fern Onocleaceae
Interesting & rare form of Shuttlecock Fern. Deciduous European rhizomatous ornamental fern forming shuttlecock-like plumes up to 1m. Old specimen can form trunks. Edible leaves-young fronds. Eurasia.